It was in Hawaii that Charles Keeling created the first observatory with instruments capable of measuring the rate of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. From then on, the Keeling Curve registered a constant increase in the concentration of CO2 in the air. This increase soon reached its apex, to such an extent that the climate became a real worry during the 1970s. Various reports written during this period agree on an increase in temperature, with melting ice caps the main consequence. In 2014, a study published in Geophysical Research Letters announced an irreversible reduction of the ice in western Antarctica, predicting the total disappearance of the glaciers within 200 years.
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